No World Borders Expands Health Care, Process Improvement Practice to Latin America
June 30, 2009 (PRLEAP.COM) Health NewsMiami, FL - No World Borders today announced that it has expanded its health care and process improvement practices to Latin America, with projects under way in Mexico, Puerto Rico, with teams available for new market opportunities in Panama, and Uruguay.
Michael Arrigo, President & CEO of No World Borders said, "The world continues to become more global and borderless in terms of the need to align business and information technology. Latin American companies in the health care insurance business need bilingual English-Spanish speakers who understand process improvement, claims adjudication, electronic health records, claims systems, and the new HIPAA EDI standards X12 5010 and ICD-10. Recently, our partners and customers have turned to us, our team and our relationships to help reduce cost and risk in their business as they seek to become more efficient and paperless."
Roberto Escobar, Managing Director of Latin American services for No World Borders in Miami Florida added, "Our company brings multi-cultural, bilingual skills to emerging markets in health care and other industries. The U.S. has long been a model for health care best practices and process improvement. We are excited about our new offerings in this dynamic, high growth market place."
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